Binghamton and Reading have a long running rivalry that stems from the proximity of the two rivals as well as the fact the Rumble Ponies are Double-A affiliate of the Mets, and the Fightin Phils are the Double-A affiliate of the Phillies. The rivalry between the major league clubs extends to the Double-A affiliates, so don’t miss it when the Fightin Phils come to Binghamton.
The rivalry between the Rumble Ponies and Senators mirrors the rivalry between the two team’s big league clubs making every matchup between these Eastern League rivals a must-see. You won’t want to miss future Mets take on future Nationals, so get your tickets when the Harrisburg Senators come to town.
Binghamton Rumble Ponies Tailgate Guide
If you arrive at NYSEG Stadium before the gates open, take some time to explore the neighborhood and enjoy some of the local bars and restaurants. Amici Pub & Pizzeria is an especially great option as it’s located right across the street from the ballpark. Here you’ll find a wide selection of beers making it an excellent place to grab a drink before the game.
Amici Pub & PizzeriaThose of you who are looking to grab a bite to eat or drink before the game won’t find a better place near NYSEG Stadium than Amici Pub & Pizzeria. Amici is located right across from the ballpark and offers 16 beers on tap and 29 bottle beers, so you’ll likely find something to wet your whistle no matter what kind of beer you like.
Henry Street LotIf you want to park at the stadium, then you can do so at the Henry Street Lot for $4. However, unfortunately, there is no tailgating allowed here, and the lot is not open on firework nights.
Binghamton Rumble Ponies Stadium Guide
Baseball fans and families alike will love attending a Binghamton Rumble Ponies game. A Rumble Ponies game not only offers you the chance to see future Mets stars take the field it also features tons of family fun.
Families will love attending a Rumble Ponies game as they’ll find lots of activities around the ballpark to keep the kids entertained for hours. The Rumble Ponies Fun Zone down the first base line features all kinds of kids activities including bouncy houses, obstacle courses, a speed pitch and much more. Kids will also love the Rumble Ponies loveable mascot Rowdy as well. Additionally, if you’re celebrating a birthday during the summer, the Birthday Bash packages features everything you need to throw an excellent party including a cake, food, and tickets to the game.
Those of you who aren’t taking the kids to the game don’t worry as there are tons of entertainment options for adults and baseball fans as well. At NYSEG Stadium you’ll find a lot of adult party options including the Picnic Pavilion and Party Deck. Baseball fans will also be able to watch the pitchers warm up in the bullpen through the fence and won’t want to miss the “Binghamton’s Baseball Shrine.”
Whether you’re looking to watch the future of the New York Mets or some family fun, you’ll have an excellent time taking in a Binghamton Rumble Ponies game.
Make sure to check out “Binghamton’s Baseball Shrine” during your visit to NYSEG Stadium. The shrine features plaques dedicated to all of the greatest baseball players, managers, and even fans, so take some time to see the display before the game.
If you’re taking the kids to the game, make sure to stop by the Rumble Ponies Fun Zone. The Rumble Ponies Fun Zone is located down the first base line and features a wide variety of kids activities including obstacle courses, a speed pitch, and much more.
Those of you hold a large group event will want to book the Party Deck for your special occasion. The brand new Party Deck features drink rail and a fantastic view of all the action, so reserve your spot today.
Lineup along the first or third base line to get an autograph from your favorite Rumble Ponies before the game. The majority of the Mets future stars come throughout Binghamton, so make sure to get their autographs before the game.
Don’t miss the Rumble Ponies mascot Rowdy during your visit to NYSEG Stadium. Rowdy gets into all kinds of shenanigans at the game, and you won’t want to miss the opportunity to give him a hug or high-five if you see him on the concourse.
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